Three years after his arrest in Sherman Park, State Rep. Jonathan Brostoff remembers a community in pain caring for each other.
Sherman Park homeowners weigh in on their neighborhood and talk about their community’s challenges and triumphs.
Two bills authored by State Rep. Marisabel Cabrera would ban using Wisconsin facilities to detain immigrants and would effectively make Wisconsin a “sanctuary state” for those who are undocumented.
Dad’s one of Milwaukee’s top developers. The son is the youngest legislator in Wisconsin history. Both share a desire to make the city a better place. They’re definitely a family to watch. (And you can read about them, too.)
The St. Joseph Accountability Coalition is asking Ascension St. Joseph hospital to sign a legally binding agreement not to cut surgical and in-patient services at the North Side facility.
Dad’s a prominent developer. The son is the youngest elected official in state history. And both share a commitment to uplifting others.
When Derell Sultan started having trouble at school, his mother looked for help and found it in her neighborhood at Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin Midtown Clinic. Both recently traveled to Washington, D.C., to meet with congressional leaders.
Six years ago, a report revealed poor conditions for MPS’ outdoor recreational and athletic facilities. Since then, millions in improvements have been made, with more to come.
After the singer Lizzo alleged her staff was mistreated and subjected to racial slurs at Summerfest last week, we wanted to check in with NNS readers and ask them their feelings about the Big Gig.
Keisha Krumm, executive director of Common Ground, will step down this week after leading the organization for eight and a half years.